Warm Air Exfiltration around a Window - Image Courtesy of Fluke Corp ©2011

Warm Air Exfiltration around a Window - Image Courtesy of Fluke Corp ©2011

A thermal imager and a blower door pressurizing a home to roughly 20 pascals allows you to document air exfiltration to a customer. An IR-Fusion Color Alarm makes it crystal clear where the warm air is escaping

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Comment by Debbie Elnahas on March 30, 2011 at 12:50pm
That's a great picture. I'll have to use the imager on the outside next time!

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